Shakespeare, circus, and Smash Mouth: This week in #bosarts

July 14, 2016


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Opus Affair July
This Tuesday, July 19 at Highball Lounge

Outside the Box Outside the Box Festival 2016 July 13—17 10 members connected

Commonwealth Shakespeare Company Shakespeare on the Common: Love's Labours Lost July 20—August 7 9 members connected

ArtsEmerson Les 7 doigts de la main: Cuisine & Confessions July 12—August 2 10 members connected

Company One The T Party July 15—August 13 1 members connected

Society for Historically Informed Performance The Clarinet Collaboration Thursday, July 14 8:00 PM 3 members connected

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